Stress is natural and normal state in human’s life. You cannot avoid stress. You get stress when you stuck in a traffic jam, stress when you are running late from your schedule or deadline, stress when you are working on big and small projects, and so on, but the only way you can do is to learn how to manage that stress into a productive habit and it helps you to keep going forward. So, how could you be able to manage stress
According to Brian Tracy, a Canadian expert in self-development, there are a few ways to manage stress in your life, such as:
- Arrange a today’s plan
Arrange every aspect of your life and make plans for your upcoming activities, especially when you are in the hardest time of your life because when you have daily plan, it makes everything is under control. You do not have to be stress in deciding what are you going to do next. A good time management will lower your stress level, so, start to get used to separate your each daily or weekly activity task.
- Make priority of your tasks
To decide your main priority everyday before you start to get to work will immediately lower your stress, so make priority out of your work tasks and finish them
- Take a little more rest
Many people suffer from stress because their lack of sleep. If you already manage your daily plan, then to plan for sleep time is not going to be a problem. Good sleep will release your stress naturally
- Talk about your situation with someone
Find someone you like, trust, and respect for then talk to them about the situation you are currently face. Ask for their advice. Sometimes, talk about problem you have could make yourself feel better rather than keep them inside of your heart for yourself only.
- Find a lesson
In every problem you have, the easiest way to make you feel less stress is by asking yourself this question: “What are things I could learn from this experience?” and “What kind of lesson this experience is trying to tell me?”.
That is the tips to lower your stress level at your workplace. We hope it helps you!
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